Eocreolion | The Wall of Wisdom | 3D Mandala
Eocreolion | The Wall of Wisdom | 3D Mandala
Zomteus | God of Luck | 3D Mandala
Zomteus | God of Luck | 3D Mandala
Mexoroth | The Ancient Vault | 3D Mandala
Mexoroth | The Ancient Vault | 3D Mandala
Nohrmeus | The Oblivion Vale | 3D Mandala
Nohrmeus | The Oblivion Vale | 3D Mandala
Achcauhtzal | Tribal Mandala Artifact | 3D Mandala
Achcauhtzal | Tribal Mandala Artifact | 3D Mandala
Akhumawid | The Elders Council | Tribal Mandala
Akhumawid | The Elders Council | Tribal Mandala
Thakjunak | God of Fire | 3D Mandala
Thakjunak | God of Fire | 3D Mandala
Ridwakra | Sacred Energy Center | 3D Mandala
Ridwakra | Sacred Energy Center | 3D Mandala
Mandala Artifacts from Lost Worlds
Immerse yourself in a world filled with ancient knowledge and forgotten history. A lost civilization awaits you, full of discovery and excitement.
These mandala artifacts will take you on an unforgettable journey through the lost temples and sculptures of an ancient civilization.
The artifacts are designed to be transcendental, taking you on a spiritual journey as you explore the mandala's secrets.
Experience the beauty and tranquility of these 3D Renders. 
Software Used: Blender, Maverick Studio, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Eocreolion | The Wall of Wisdom | 3D Mandala

A team of expert historians and archaeologists uncovered this mysterious wall while exploring an old cave system. An ancient, decorative wall from a lost civilization made from stone and a golden material alloy. It is painted with an unknown blue substance and some theories suggest that it was made from a mythical flower that is long extinct. The gold material is a combination of gold, brass, and an unknown metal that is assumed to be a metal extracted from a meteorite.
This wall is thought to be from a long-dead civilization and it is the only remaining artifact. 
Lost world - Fantasy Art
I created this concept using the following: Blender, Maverick Studio, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator.

Zomteus | God of Luck | 3D Mandala
After a volcanic eruption, the wall of a rocky mountain has fallen, disclosing an entrance to a secret passage. There has been found an intricate mandala made of different metals.
Located in the middle of the mandala is a mask that has been cast from a golden material. On top and bottom of the mandala, you can see some mirrored faces that resemble human beings. Some parts of the mandala are glowing in the dark because of an unknown bioluminescent substance.
The experts were able to decipher the meaning of the head in the center. It's called Zomteus, and it is believed to be a God of luck, chance, fate, abundance, or wealth.
The God of luck is a mandala that has been used to bring people luck for centuries. The invocation of the God of luck is a very popular design element in many cultures. It is the charm for those who in life look for opportunities and lucky chances.
This work of art is thought to be from a long-dead civilization and it is the only remaining artifact of this god.
I created this concept using the following: Blender, Maverick Studio, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator.

Mexoroth | The Ancient Vault | 3D Mandala
A new discovery was made by archaeologists. A secret room with a decorative device that looks like a mandala was discovered in an ancient temple. The main colors are green and metallic gold. Some pieces rotate and everything looks like a big puzzle. 
It looks like a vault door but no one knows what is behind that door. All sorts of combinations were tried to open this door but so far no one has been successful. 
There are all sorts of theories about what might be behind this door. Some say it is full of riches, gold, diamonds. Others think it's a gateway to another world. Others say an evil spirit may be imprisoned there. 
Due to the thick walls and the different materials is made of, it is not possible to scan inside to see what is hidden. Specialists were amazed when they saw how complicated this safe is, and what knowledge of physics, mathematics, metallurgy, cryptography had those who built this vault.
No such mechanism has ever been discovered in human history.

Nohrmeus | The Oblivion Vale | 3D Mandala
The mysterious Lost City has drawn many explorers and adventures that have lost their lives trying to find it. The real treasure, however, is still hidden in the jungle, an ancient empire of citadels and treasures, untouched for hundreds of years. The jungle swallowed them up and all traces of them were lost, provoking the rest of the world to call it a myth.
Recent discoveries of a lost temple have revealed beautiful decorations on its walls. One example is a mandala with a human figure statue in the middle that looks like an emperor.
Around the mandala, you can find representations of sacred animals.
The main colors are green and gold, which stand out eroded by time. The green paint is extracted from a plant that doesn’t exist anymore that has a hallucinogen substance that makes you forget recent events.
Historians have believed for some time that an emperor from the past once ruled in the valley, but when they looked around the temple, they only found a single word, Nohrmeus that they assume is the name of the emperor. As a result of this discovery of the forgotten emperor and the substance that makes you forget the people named this place The Oblivion Vale.

Thakjunak | God of Fire
Archaeologists have recently discovered a work of art hidden for centuries in a temple in the mountains. The artifact looks like a mandala composed of decorations carved from black volcanic rock and a gold metal alloy. In some pieces of stone, there is a red gemstone similar to the ruby and in the middle of the mandala is a golden mask representing a human face. 
Specialists cannot understand where they brought the black stone for the sculptures, considering that the nearest volcano is thousands of kilometers away. The mask in the middle represents the god of fire, battle and war. That is why it is believed that they made so much effort to get the volcanic rock because the volcano was seen as the birthplace of fire and where the god could live. 
The name of the god is Thakjunak, which translated from the ancient language used at the time means the power of fire.
It is not known if this work was performed as a tribute to the god of fire or was used as a tombstone for an important person at the time. Many cultures have myths and rituals that invoke fire, but this is the first such discovery in the history of fire, and precise details are used to create this artifact.

Ridwakra | Sacred Energy Center
You may have heard about the mysterious straight lines drawn between various historic sites and temples. They are called ley lines. On those types of lines also lie both Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids of Giza. These 2 landmarks can still amaze archaeologists today in their construction and intricacy.
On the intersection of four ley lines has been discovered underground a temple that has a small mandala decoration with a step pyramid in the middle.
The mandala is composed of different tiny sculptures, such as 4 heads that might represent the different gods associated with each line.
On the floor, there are 4 spheres that glow when a crystal is placed in the center. The crystal levitates and starts to float because of the intersection of these ley lines and nobody knows how this is possible.
Another interesting aspect of the mandala is the pieces of glass found between the ornaments that date long before the invention of glass. The theory is that those glasses are formed from the impact of a meteor hitting the sand in the desert. That intense heat made the sand melt, which caused it to form glass.
Golden lines of sacred geometry are drawn under the pyramid and go to all spheres making them glow.
It is said that long ago before the modern world, people used ley lines to open a portal to other areas where the lines intersect.
Some people think it's a sacred place where certain objects can be infused with energy and can create magical artifacts.
All we know is that this place is unique in the world and may pass many years before we find the truth if we ever find it.

Achcauhtzal | Tribal Mandala Artifact
A rare and ancient tribal art, representing a mandala style artifact, was found recently in a cave. Think of how their creativity would've unfolded if the civilization had not been lost. A tribal head in the middle with ornaments sculpted from the rock around it. It looks like a sacred ceremonial place from some ancient lost civilization.
It looks like a sacred ceremonial place from some long-forgotten civilization. 
You can see 4 precious gems that are aligned with cardinal directions, showing that they had navigation knowledge. 
Information about that civilization is limited. We don't know when they appeared, where or why they disappeared. All we know for sure is that the people who built it were very meticulous and put a lot of effort into the creation of this artifact.
On the rocks have been found traces of blood too, some historians suggest that it might have been used for rituals or sacrifices. Imagine how those red gems would reflect light, and the blood filing all the spaced between the rocks creating almost is like a creepy magical red area. 
The artifact is called 'Achcauhtzal'.

Akhumawid | The Elders Council | Tribal Mandala
A Tribal mandala was discovered in a rock-carved temple. The entrance was covered with a rock that cracked after an earthquake, letting sunlight re-enter the temple after hundreds of years of darkness. 
The temple was accidentally discovered by climbers. 
Inside, archaeologists found a mandala-shaped stone sculpture ornated with decorative gold pieces. Carved tribal masks can be seen on the side. You can also see some green gemstones. 
This temple was used for meditation, and people believed that the wisdom of its ancestors could be accessed. The place is called Akhumawid and is translated as The Elders Council. Those 4 mask represents the tribe elders, also the 4 elements: water, earth, fire, and air.
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